Saturday, 4 October 2008

My photo of Hlavni Nadrazi is included in Schmap Prague

A bit of recognition this week when my Flickr photograph of Hlavni Nadrazi (Prague Railway Station) was included in the Schmap Guide for Prague

The picture was taken last June when I went to the Czech Republic with some friends we have been there a few times. Funny enough we talked only this week about doing it again next year, we fly into Prague but don’t normally stay there long and catch the train to Brno the second largest city, located in the South east of the country (far from all the tourists, stag nights and hen parties) last year we timed the visit to coincide with the Rolling Stones Big Bang concert.

Hlavni Nadrazi is the biggest and busiest railway station in Prague. It is also the most central, located just 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square. This Art Nouveau structure houses a lofty dome, stained glass windows and carved faces of women representing Prague as the 'Mother of Cities'.

See more of my photographs from the Czech Republic at my Flickr Site under the set Czech Republic

Well if this burn out car business ever comes to an end I can always put myself forward as a travel photographer, yes I fancy a bit of that.

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